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Kate Middleton's nose: The latest plastic surgery inspiration

Her nose was the most requested celebrity facial feature of 2012 in the U.K.

By Kim Anne Jan 3, 2013 8:30PM

Photo: David Moir/Reuters
The world is already obsessed with her chic style and shiny locks, but apparently, we are also obsessed with something else about the Duchess of Cambridge—her nose. 

According to new data released by the Transform Cosmetic Surgery Group, Kate Middleton's royal nose was the most requested celebrity facial feature of 2012 in the U.K. 

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“People are choosing celebrities who are sophisticated and naturally beautiful,” said a spokesman from the Transform Cosmetic Surgery Group, according to the Daily Mail. The spokesperson said they’ve seen a rise in requests for celebrity-inspired plastic surgery procedures, with Middleton taking the spot for most requested nose. 

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Other celebrities who are often chosen for surgery inspiration include Rosie Huntington-Whiteley's sexy eyes, and Nicole Scherzinger's full lips.

Tell us: What do you think of Kate Middleton's nose?

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Photo: David Moir/Reuters

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Jan 4, 2013 10:11PM
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Her nose looks fine on her face but does that mean it will look fine on everyone elses?  My opinion=Probably not...

Jan 4, 2013 10:05PM
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Question: Does Hugh Hefner Really think he,s a Ladies Man ? OR does he enjoy paying a high priced hooker who tells him she loves him! UUHH!  his money?At his age ,I,d like to know what the Doctors provide him with to Raise a certain situation( Give me some). Happy New Year Yuh -All. 

Jan 4, 2013 9:43PM
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Get a freakin life of your own people.
Jan 4, 2013 9:42PM
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All I have to say are some people are not happy with who they are so they think they can have a perky littl nose or whatever else...just accept yourself for who you are...so she is royalty and is very attractive, but that doesn't mean that you should take her nose!!!
Jan 4, 2013 9:33PM
Jan 4, 2013 9:26PM
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Michael Jackson's nose wasn't copied very much !

Jan 4, 2013 9:21PM
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Oh, come on, those of you coming down on others need to get over yourselves.  I don't think plastic surgery is a good idea either just because of the risk involved and too many hack plastic surgeons that don't know what they are doing, and I would never have it done myself. But if someone else wants to do it, more power to them.  You all can't tell me that you have nothing about your body you wouldn't change if you could.  Nothing?  Give me a break...I call bullsh!t on any of you that say you don't.  Not very many of us are that confident in ourselves to say there is nothing we would change, and in my experience, those that do say it  have an arrogance problem.  If someone wants to have a little surgery done, I don't think that means they need mental help (good grief).  It's the people who become addicted to it and do it over and over again that need the help.  By the way, for some people plastic surgery is necessary to correct a medical condition...even those conditions that aren't outwardly apparent.
Jan 4, 2013 9:21PM
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It's a nice nose but, I don't approve such surgeries. Go under for fashion?
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